Affton News

New principal named for Dressel

Pictured above: Dressel Assistant Principal Pat Schoenekase finds out that he is the school’s next principal. Photo by Dressel Principal Craig Hamby. With Dressel Elementary Principal Craig Hamby moving up to Central Office, current Dressel Assistant Principal Patrick Schoenekase will take over as the next principal of the new school. The Lindbergh Board of Education

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Debate about Greitens’ impeachment, resignation consumes Senate floor

By Annika Merrilees and Kaylin Baylis Columbia Missourian JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Senate business largely was dominated Thursday by frank discussion of the investigation into Gov. Eric Greitens, and a top Republican lawmaker called for the governor to step down immediately. A House investigative committee released a report Wednesday evening containing witness testimony about Greitens’

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City of Mackenzie votes to dissolve

The tiny city of Mackenzie Village voted to disincorporate last week by a three-vote margin, 18 votes to 15. The disincorporation is not yet final since the County Council has to sign on to it, but the disincorporation can proceed even with the tiny vote margin. Residents of Mackenzie, in the 63123 ZIP code, would

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Metro sets hearings on ‘Metro Reimagined’ bus plan

Metro Transit is gathering public input about changes to MetroBus service. Metro will host six informational meetings and two public hearings in April to share the proposed plan with transit riders and the public. The south county meeting will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, at the Affton White-Rodgers Community Center,

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Call Newspapers Election Guide April 2018

Are you heading to the polls Tuesday to VOTE? Check out our tips and articles we sent out to our e-newsletter list Friday. To sign up to receive our OnCall e-newsletter, go to https://callnewspapers.com/newsletter/. The Call’s new website www.callnewspapers.com is where you’ll find breaking news leading up to the election and the results that night focused on the candidates you care

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Bayless voters weigh two ballot measures

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor news3@callnewspapers.com Voters in the Bayless School District will weigh two ballot measures next week that the district promises will modernize its aging facilities and improve the quality of its education. The Board of Education placed a 41-cent tax-rate increase for operations on the ballot along with a $10 million bond

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